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Light Complexions


Light Complexions

Step 1: Choose your base shade

Matte and Semi-matte bases

multi_tasking_neutral_2_12C- Rosy Light (Formerly Multi-tasking Neutral)- Light skin with rosy undertones

fairly_light_neutral_32N- Light (Formerly Fairly Light Neutral)- Light skin with neutral undertones

light_neutral_42C- Golden Light (Formerly Light Neutral)- Light skin with golden undertones (Allison's match)

Jojoba Base:

vanilla2C- Vanilla

bare_12W- Bare (Allison's Match)

Concealer Shades

nude_1Cream Concealer Stick- Nude

fairly_light_1Mineral Concealer- Fairly Light


Need help finding your undertone or think you may be in between shades?

Step 2: Swirl Flat Top Brush in chosen base shade, use lid to press and infuse minerals into the base of the brush, then apply to skin in circular motions, repeating this process until you reach your desired level of coverage.


Step 3: Apply Jane Eyre Eye Shadow all over lid with Everyday Eye Shadow Brush.


Step 4: Apply Snuggle Cheek Color on top of cheekbone with Dome Blush Brush, two-finger's width away from the nose and blend back into hairline.


Step 5: Apply Spring Berries Tinted Lip Butter to complete the look.





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5 thoughts on “Light Complexions”

  • Cristina

    Hello! I'd like to know if this is anywhere close to the Olive Fair from the semi matte line. Also, will Vanilla match my Olive Fair complexion? Thank you!

    • em

      Hi Cristina! Light Olive is very close to Olive Fair. Compared to Olive Fair, Golden Fair is a little lighter and Light Olive is a tad darker. But only by a very small amount. And yes, Vanilla is perfect for your complexion :)

  • Cristina

    Thank you, guys!

  • Ludmila

    Hi! I'm interested in powder powder to tone and even two darker than Neutral Multi-tasking?

    • em

      Hello! One shade darker than Multi-tasking Neutral would be Fair Medium, two shades would be Medium. These are in the same undertone :)

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